Tbilisi: The Technical University of Georgia will hold a seminar on Tuesday, November 14th, 2023. The theme will be “Ecological factors affecting historical and cultural monuments and the possibilities of their elimination.”
This semiar will be addreed by many spekars . The key speaker of the seminar will be Gogi Tsntskaladze . He is a doctor of chemical science , moreover he is also the chief scientist of the physical-chemical process research laboratory of the Petre Melikishvili Institute of the Physical and Organic Chemistry of Lvane Javakhishili Tbilisi State University.
Gogi Tsntskaladze will also give a presentation to the attendees during the seminar. At the same time, Rezo Kldiashvili will lead the seminar. He is a faculty of chemical technology at the State Technical University.
It is worth mentioning that the traditional, heritage and cultural monuments are considered invaluable assets of any community and country. These monuments display the past and present way of living and cultural values possesed by any particular community.
The conserving of heritage and cultural buildings is the biggest challenge in the present time. Conservation includes various measures, including presentation, preservation, adaptation, reconstruction, restoration, etc.
Many world-renowned cultural, heritage and historical buildings are facing the challenge of its survival. Many ecologiacal factors nowadays are destroying the legacy of these architecture and cultural marvels.
Many countries of the world are taking many steps for the conservation and preservation of these monuments. The main purpose is to preseve and keep safe these monumnnts for the future generation.
The seminar will explore the different ways and strategies that can be implemented for the preservation of the historical values attached to these monuments.
The speaker will also share their own scientific experiences that could be useful for monument protection.
Notably, this dedicated seminar will be held at 69 Kostava Street, 2nd Educational building of student auditorium # 205